CBDS WP SERIES & BRIEFINGS

Thando Vilakazi, Stefano Ponte (2020). 'The political economy of competition, regulation and transformation: Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and quota allocations in South African industrial fisheries'. CBDS Working Paper 2020/3

Maha Rafi Atal, Lisa Ann Richey (2020). 'Not every time is the right time for real-time marketing': Branding in Covid-19 pandemic. CBDS Research Briefing No.1/2020

Cornel Ban, Dragos Adascalitei (2020). 'The FDI-led Growth Regimes of the East-Central and South-Eastern European Periphery'. CBDS Working Paper 2020/2

Mette Fog Olwig, Julie Andersen Schou (2020). 'Saving the world by doing business? A background paper on the role of the private sector in Danish aid'. CBDS Working Paper 2020/1

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Jacobo Ramirez (2019). Wind energy farms’ impacts on environmental justice and human rights. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1, 2019 Søren Jeppesen, Andries Bezuidenhout (2019). Swaziland: The garment industry in its economic, political and social context. Special CBDS Working Paper Series No. 4, 2019 Søren Jeppesen, Andries Bezuidenhout (2019). Lesotho: The garment industry in its economic, political and social context. Special CBDS Working Paper Series No. 3, 2019 Radha Upadhyaya, Herbert Wamalwa (2019). Tropical Heat - 'Creating Demand in Growing Markets'. Special CBDS Working Paper Series, No.2 Michael W. Hansen, Thilde Landevang, Lettice Rutashobya, Goodluck Urassa (2019). Seven Case Studies of Tanzanian Food Processing Enterprises. Special CBDS Working Paper Series, No.1 Peter Lund-Thomsen, Lone Riisgaard, Neil M. Coe, Sukhpal Singh and Shakil Ghori (2018). Bridging Global Standard Requirements and Local Farmer Needs: Implementing Partners of the Better Cotton Initiative in Pakistan and India . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1, 2018 Lone Riisgaard; Peter Lund-Thomsen; Neil M. Coe (2017). The Challenges of Cooperation in Multistakeholder Initiatives: Competing Policy Concerns in the Formulation of the Better Cotton Standard System. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2, 2017

Lotte Thomsen; Dorothy McCormick; Paul Kamau (2017). Processing Food for the Domestic Market: Entry Barriers for Food Processors to Supermarkets in Kenya . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1, 2017 Amelie Schmidt; Michael W. Hansen (2017). Internationalization Strategies of African Firms: A Survey of 210 Food Processing Firms from Tanzania, Kenya and Zambia. Special CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1 Xu Xiwen; Michael W. Hansen (2017). The Arrival of Chinese Investors in Denmark: A Survey of Recent Trends in Chinese FDI in Denmark.Special CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2 Hellen Olena Kolisnychenko; Pascal Franke (2017). Navigating small firms through Brazil’s Institutional Environments: Network Mechanisms and Internationalization. Speciel CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 3

Jonas Jonsson; Mette Fisker; Karin Buhmann (2016). From ’do no harm’ to doing more good: Extending the UN Framework to connect Political CSR with Business Responsibilities for Human Rights . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 26

Thilde Langevang (2016). Fashioning the future: Entrepreneuring in Africa’s emerging fashion industry . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 25

Michael W. Hansen; Thilde Langevang; Lettice Rutashobya; Goodluck Urassa (2015). Coping with the African business environment: Strategic response under market and institutional uncertainty in the Tanzanian food processing industry . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 24




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Jacobo Ramirez; Sergio Madero; Carlos Muñiz (2014). The impact of 'narco-terrorism' on HRM . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 3

Karen Panum; Michael W. Hansen (2014). Successful Social Enterprises in Africa: Six Case Studies from Kenya . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2

Jacobo Ramirez; Madero Gómez; Sergio Manuel; Carlos Muñiz (2014). Entrepreneurs' responses to organized crime and violence . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Michael W. Hansen; Wencke Gwozdz (2013). What makes MNCs succeed in developing countries? An empirical analysis of subsidiary performance . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Sameer Azizi (2012). Strategic CSR in Afghanistan: The Case of Roshan, An Afghan Telecommunication Company. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Kaja Tvedten; Michael W. Hansen; Søren Jeppesen (2012). Understanding the Rise of African Business: In search of an analytical framework . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2

Schaumburg-Müller Henrik; Søren Jeppesen; Thilde Langevang (2010). Entrepreneurship Development in Africa . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 12




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Chandran V. G. R.; Rajah Rasiah; Peter Wad (2009). Malaysian Manufacturing Systems of Innovation and Internationalization of R&D. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 11

Anne Kristin Hoenenand; Michael W. Hansen (2009). Oligopolistic competition and foreign directinvestment: (Re)Integrating the strategic management perspectivein the theory of multinational corporations . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 10

Michel W. Hansen (2008). Outward foreign direct investment from India: Theory and evidence . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 8

Sabrina Chong; Peter Wad (2008). State-driven Corporate Social Responsibility? Mediating Offshore Outsourcing and CSR in Malaysia . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 7

Andrew Crabtree (2008). Into Africa: FDI with Chinese characteristics . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 6

Søren Jeppesen; Claire Mainguy (2007). Foreign Direct Investment in Africa: Searching for impact in Mali and South Africa . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 6

Henrik Schaumburg-Müller; Eugene Pottenger; Michael W. Hansen (2007). Outsourcing for development: Towards a developing country firm perspective . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 4

Sanne Lehmann (2007). Human Resource Development in the Knowledge Economy: A Model for Analysing the Progress of Knowledge Development in Developing Country Firms . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2

Andrew Crabtree (2007). Evaluating "The Bottom of the Pyramid" from a Fundamental Capabilities Perspective. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Michael W. Hansen; Henrik Schaumburg-Müller (2007). Firms in Developing Countries: A theoretical probe into the borderland of Business Studies and Development Studies . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 5

Henrik Schaumburg-Müller (2007). Vietnamese Garment Enterprises After the Termination of the Multi-Fiber Agreement . CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 3





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